Rivermouth Pines

41382 W. M 123, Paradise, Michigan, 49768, United States | Campground
 

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Heading out at 0700am, breakfast at Cracker Barrel

A travel blog entry by sanditravel

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Heading to Paradise, Michigan today. The Street Glide had 1000 miles on it in 2011 when we did this trip last time. Now, it has 32,000!

Everyone was on time to meet the Cracker Barrel in Sheffield Village, OH at 0700 this morning, and we had a quick breakfast and headed out toToledo to meet up with the last member of the group, Davy B.

Then, northward!

One couple lost a helmet off the back of their bike in Toledo, but it was quickly recovered.
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Southern loop

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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Got up this morning and couldn't decide if we would stay another day/night, but we did decide to stay. It was an overcast day and they are predicting some bad weather coming from the west to the east---we'd be driving right into it if we left, so I am glad we are staying another night despite the mosquitos. Took a ride in the opposite direction ...

Sightseeing the U.P.

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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Well, wouldn't you know it, we are here in the Upper Peninsula and it's right in the middle of mosquito and black fly season,. OMG, the mosquitos are unbelievable. They are so small that they even are able to get inside the motorhome through the screen windows. We learned and now have everything shut closed. Even with super-duper bug spray, they are having a feast on us. Today we ...

Arrived in the Upper Peninsula

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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... which was built to sway 35 feet to adjust for the heavy winds. Thank goodness there was no wind today - I probably would have had a heard attack although I was so busy taking pictures. The travel lanes are very tight, but Bruce did a great job. Once we crossed over, the scenary was even more spectacular if you can believe that. You can literally park along ...

Well Worth the Trip

A travel blog entry by louandpam

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... Lighthouse itself provides and in-depth history of U.S. Lighthouse Service job before they became automated. The light keepers house that is still standing contains many of the original pieces from the last family to live there and has some unique items. The docents were very informative and brought the place to life. Another treat is the display dedicated to the U.S. Life Saving Service which later became the U.S. Coast Guard. It was a thankless job that ...

Location

This campground, located on 41382 W. M 123, Paradise, is near Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitehouse Point Lighthouse, and Whitefish Point Bird Observatory.
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